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Anchor church is founded on a set of core values 

 

accepting - a home for all

reaching - A hope for all

growing - a path for all

excelling - a quest for all

giving - a spirit for all

 

Music  |  community  |  Jesus 

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If you are new, or still feel new, to Anchor, we invite you to our next Connections Dinner.  The event is at Villa Victoria Center for the Arts on 5.04, 6:30pm- 8:30pm.  You will experience a delicious dinner, hear the “Anchor story,” learn about our various ministries, and get acquainted with our leadership. The event is free, but seating is limited. Please register no later than 5.01 here.


WATER BAPTISM 

Our next water baptism will be on 5.15.  If you have not been baptized in water since you became a follower of Christ, we invite you to attend the baptism class at 4pm on 5.01 or 5.08 in the Gallery.  You may register for the next water baptism class here.


RED SOX GAME

Join us for “the battle of the sox” on 6/21.  Its the White Sox verses our Red Sox. Tickets are only $12 and we have a limited number, so get yours beginning 4/24 at the Welcome Center.


Some exciting opportunities are happening in SAIL this spring. Our Intermediate Finance Seminar and Active @ the Esplanade take place in May. For more information and to register for either/both the Finance class or Active, click here.


We believe in the power of community at Anchor. Community is experienced on one level in our Sunday gatherings, but relationships are cultivated in our Anchor (small) groups. Our groups are currently on break, but we will be announcing new groups for our fall semester. Look for all community activities this summer! 


sunday teaching SERIES 

James was the half-brother of Jesus and an unbeliever until he saw Jesus risen from the dead. He went on to pastor the Jerusalem church. When many Jewish Christians fled Jerusalem due to persecution, James - ever the pastor - continued to care for his flock. Upon learning of his people's struggles as they were establishing their lives in strange places, "James the Just" (as Jews called him) wrote a pastoral letter to them. This letter speaks to those intent on following Jesus still today. Join us for a verse by verse study of this practical book of the Bible. 

 

Our community of believers is thrilled to be worshipping at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton Street, Boston! For directions, mass transit, and parking information, please click here